liquid junction


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liquid junction

The point in a potentiometric reference electrode measurement system at which the reference solution makes contact with the test solution. An example is pH reference electrode.
See also: junction
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Added electrolytes minimised the liquid junction potential, reduced fluctuations in pH measurements with time, and decreased the salt effect (i.
16], because of the change of ion environment, the change of activity coefficient and liquid junction potential error could modify the ion data as Na[HCO.